A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan
Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by MAHENDRA KAUL (from BBC Midlands)
from the Parish Church,
Walpole St Peter , Norfolk Conducted by The Rector, THE REV JOHN M. WOODS Preacher,
THE REV FR HUGH BISHOP , CR Organist PETER HARLE
Communion Setting: Merbecke Hymns: A and M (Rev)
The strife is o'er, the battle done (135) Good Christian men, rejoice (603) Alleluia! Alleluia! (137)
Let us employ all notes of joy (423)
And now, 0 Father mindful of the love (397)
Love's redeeming work is done (141)
Television presentation by BARRIE EDGAR
(from BBC Midlands)
Rev Fr Hugh
Pope Paul VI gives his Easter Blessing to the City and the World
FR PATRICK MCENROE describes the scene in the Square before St Peter's in Rome
Presented by the Italian Television Service.
Bulbs - North Uist Goes Dutch!
The Dutch bulb industry faces land shortage problems, but in the Scottish Highlands and Islands there is land in abundance.
DAVID ROSE reports from Holland and the Hebrides.
Director FRED SENIOR
Producer PATRICK CHALMERS
Weather for farmers (Colour)
Tyrone Power , Maureen O'Hara with Robert Francis
Donald Crisp , Ward Bond
The story of Sgt Marty Maher , athletics instructor for 40 years at West Point military academy.
Directed by JOHN FORD
Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR
The world of antiques with MAX ROBERTSON
MICHAEL NEWMAN Customers
KIKA MARKHAM, JOHN CAIKNET
Producer JOHN KING
(from BBC South and West)
with Cliff Michelmore
Wholesome food and plenty of it, a high standard of comfort and cleanliness and, above all, a chance to meet and actually live with the local people. These are the claims if you take a holiday in a Danish farmhouse.
A working holiday in a kibbutz conjures up, for many young people, particularly students, an interesting and perhaps exciting way of spending their summer break. Holiday 70 reports on a kibbutz in Northern Israel.
Produced by TOM SAVAGE
A new wildlife film series.
The Private Life of the Wandering Albatross
After five years at sea, young albatrosses spend another five courting before finally selecting a life-partner. When not ashore they circumnavigate the globe, riding the westerlies round and round the southern oceans.
Narrated by DUNCAN CARSE
Filmed during three years on South Georgia in the sub-Antarctic, and in eastern Australia.
Directed and filmed by LANCELOT TlCKELL Produced by JEFFERY BOSWALL (from BBC South and West)
and The Diddymen
Puppet animation ROGER STEVENSON Script by BOB BLOCK
Directed by KEN WRENCH
Produced by STAN PARKINSON (from BBC North)
Weatherman BERT FOORD
11: Jonah Storyteller
Designers PAUL BIRKBECK , GRAHAM MCCALLUM Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted and produced by MOLLY COX
by Malcolm Muggeridge 3: The Road to Emmaus
The last of the three films describes Christ's crucifixion and resurrection.
Produced by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
for Easter Sunday
THE HUDDERSFIELD CHORAL SOCIETY Soloist SANDRA KELLY from Highfield Congregational Church, Huddersfield
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER THE HUDDERSFIELD YOUTH
BRASS ENSEMBLE and members of local churches
Praise ye the Lord! (Rimington) Thine be the glory (Maccabeus) When I survey (Rockingham) All hail the power (Diadem)
Far above the highest heaven (Garthowen)
The Lord's my Shepherd (Crimond) Love divine (Blaenwern)
Onward! Christian soldiers (St Gertrude)
God be In my head (God be in my Head) Christ the Lord is risen today! (Easter Morn)
Blessing by the Minister, THE REV THOMAS BROOKS Organist KEITH RHODES Conductor WYN MORRIS
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
Series producer PHILIP GILBERT
Frank Sinatra , Shirley MacLaine Maurice Chevalier , Louis Jourdan Juliet Prowse
The spectacular film version of Cole Porter 's stage success.
Produced by JACK CUMMINGS Directed by WALTER LANG
by Henry James
dramatised in six parts by Jack Pulman
starring Richard Chamberlain as Ralph Touchett.
Isabel has discovered she has made a terrible mistake, that in searching for freedom she has found a cage.
With JOHN EDMUNDS and Weather
Another chance to see the highly successful music film written and performed by Tommy Steele ; an uncomplicated film by a happy man.
The most lively visual view of London I have seen for a long time DAILY TELEGRAPH
' I suppose you could call this film a happening,' says Tommy Steele. ' It's not about England and it's not really about London. It's about a journey through memories and thoughts, but it's mainly about people.'
Produced by JOHN GIBSON.
Vivian Pickles reads
Things As They Were by V. S. PRITCHETT